Mondfahrt 2001, 2001, Seoul Square, 2011
Baranowsky filmed the full moon from a boat for this full-wall projection. Like a ball in an old-fashioned computer game, the satellite seems to glide slowly up and down, touching the bottom and top of the frame at irregular intervals. Intuitively, the viewer expects the moon to stand still in the night sky. She does not get the impression that this is an animation, however. She realizes only gradually that the movements of the heavenly body are caused by the waves that move the boat on which the camera is positioned. Here, the satellite responsible for the movement of the oceans, for high and low tides, and the swell of the sea is itself moved by the sea.